apoplexy


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Synonyms for apoplexy

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a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain

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According to a very limited quantity of published reports on RCC apoplexy, the prevalence of RCC apoplexy in women is higher than that in men.
Clinical practice guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of pituitary apoplexy Almudena Vicentea, * , Beatriz Lecumberrib, Maria Angeles Galvezc, on behalf of the Neuroendocrinology working group.
Clinical Relevance of Precipitating Factors in Pituitary Apoplexy.
Similarly clinical features has a spectrum including visual disturbance, headache, pituitary apoplexy, acromegaly, hypothyroidism, short stature, menstrual disturbance and others, making the diagnosis challenging.
SWN Wales' largest new music festival arrives in Cardiff this week and we're excited to the point of apoplexy to hit the city's venues to witness some of the 150 bands including Catfish and the Bottlemen, pictured.
Pituitary apoplexy is an uncommon cause of worst headache of life, and denotes symptomatic hemorrhage within the pituitary gland, usually into a pituitary adenoma.
Perhaps the most convincing endorsement of Sergei's law is the Kremlin's apoplexy that it might pass.
As is the reason for the cuts at their school which sends Voss into a kind of good samaritan apoplexy.
America remains influential and a world power, but Ribelli shows us how much more there is to the country than bright lights and big cities or the apoplexy of Washington, DC.
The television blares: a blonde bombshell declaims the headlines or a few red-faced older men shout themselves to apoplexy.
Don't they know that when tight trousers were all the rage in the 19th century they led to an outbreak of apoplexy in New York?
The further proposed 800 monsters, up to 475 feet high, planned for Montgomeryshire would cause apoplexy in the English media, if England were to receive them.
Fred Mathias (John's granddad and a joint British champion) and some mates cut it down and hauled it home (causing apoplexy at the RFU) after an England/Wales encounter in 1958, during which a penalty kick slammed against it in the dying minutes preventing victory for the visitors.
And I can't begin to write of the apoplexy when two weeks later they dig it up again because something else was forgotten